Vol. 19, No. 22
Reclaiming the West
As Kendall Yards grows, neighboring West Central hopes to usher in a renaissance.
By Daniel Walters
Playtime Is Over
Day care operators say the state is cracking down on their businesses.
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Spokane City Council smacks down a smackdown on campaign spending. Plus, the return of the whitewater park.
By Inlander Staff
Q&A Mike Tedesco
An interview with Downtown Spokane Partnership president Mike Tedesco
By Chris Stein
The Inland Northwest could play a pivotal role in the next coal boom, but it would come at a cost.
By Zach Hagadone
Much Ado About Linens
Unions and the state square off over the unglamorous task of doing laundry
Public Interest Hero
Remembering political science legend James Q. Wilson.
By Robert Herold
Super PACs, campaign slogans, and the Missouri primary
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Meeting of the Minds
The global series of big thinkers discussing big thoughts is coming to Spokane this week.
By Joel Smith
Fiction passed off as truth on This American Life reminds us that before aspiring to art, journalism must be science.
By Jacob H. Fries
The Elder Zag
Going one-on-one with Robert Sacre as he enters his final NCAA Tourney.
By Mike Bookey
Work It, Girl
Tonya Smith's journey from the Spokane Valley Mall to the attention of New York’s fashion elite.
By Leah Sottile
Woman on Fire
The immediate impact of Haiden Palmer.
By Howie Stalwick
For Your Consideration
A new cat blog to obsess over. Plus, the return of Community.
By Azaria Podplesky
Italian With a Side of Fries
Italia Trattoria brings back its lunch menu.
By Kirsten Harrington
The packed house at Temple Beth Shalom last week may have seemed trayf, but everything was kosher.
By Luke Baumgarten
From the Bottom Up
The Checkerboard Tavern changes owners and its reputation.
By Jordy Byrd
The Weirder the Better
LA's Protect Me on growing old and growing strange
Thanks to You (Tube)
Straight No Chaser is Proof: Video doesn't kill the radio star.
By Scott A. Leadingham
We command you to attend the Jewish Cultural Film Festival.
By Ethan Wolcott
Kind of a Drag
Sure, it's about hiding one's sexuality, but Albert Nobbs doesn't even open up to its audience.
By Scott Renshaw
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